Part 3 contains a statement of the research question and hypothesis
Part 3 contains a statement of the research question and hypothesis, and a description of the research methods you will use to answer your research question. This includes the population and your sampling procedures, instruments used, and data collection procedures.
1. Propose a Method using quantitative approach to investigate the problem you had identified
2. The format for Part 3 is contained in the following research paper outline
enclosed you will find the research proposal outline and part 2 of my research to implement into part 3 of this final research. The main objective of this research is to investigate domestic violence and determine whether or not men can truly recover from their abusive ways. In part 3 your research should show what tools these man are using to actually be able to recover from being abusive. your answer should be a more through than simply saying “they need to see a psychotherapist.” What methods do you believe based on your research can save these individuals or that’s worth looking into.
This part of the assignment is simply to provide a response to the below discussion post and respond to the 2 peer responses I posted. Your research will be about domestic violence and how and if men can truly recover from being abusive.
Consider the design of your research proposal. How would it be different if you incorporated methods form the “opposite” family of methods from the one you have chosen? For instance, if your study is quantitative, how would it be different if you also incorporated qualitative methods? What questions would you ask? How would this enhance your project? On the other hand, if your study is qualitative, how might you enhance your study by incorporating quantitative methods? What instruments might you use, and what questions would you want to answer? Be as specific as possible, and give feedback to classmates on their posts.
Discussion response #1
The design of my research proposal would be different if I incorporated qualitative methods, since I am using a quantitative approach. I would have detailed perspectives of a few people, in which I can hear the voices of those who chose to participate, as I dig deep to understand their experiences. I will use emerging methods and open ended questions to allow highly interpretive story-like information, which is beneficial for my research. To enhance my project, I would ask questions such as: when did you notice the sudden changes in your body?: Please describe the emotions and mental state you went through.: What leading factors played a role in your symptoms and diagnosis?: Which direction in terms of medical attention did you utilize?: Was the medical attention from doctors, nurses, labs, technicians, therapists, etc… beneficial/not beneficial? The instruments I might use would be insensitive, and uncensored medical files according to each participants approval. The purpose would be for data comparison, outcomes, and study related purposes.
Discussion response #2
My research is based on a qualitative method. To incorporate methods from the quantitative method would mean I would take into consideration the number of participant, the number of graduates as well as the number of those who are unsuccessfully discharged versus those who are successfully discharged. These also may include looking at the genders that are participating in the program. This may enhance my project in once since that if gender is considered it may give a way to look at the differences that may occur when treating a female and a male. If both methods were used in this research, it could perhaps answer questions on both perspectives of the research. If I am stating what the program address, I may also want to distinguish if there are different components as they pertain to gender.
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